verb (used with object), as·sas·si·nat·ed, as·sas·si·nat·ing.
- assam states,
- assassin bug,
- assassin fly,
- assateague island,
- assault and battery,
- assault boat
Origin of assassinate
Examples from the Web for assassination
Assassination was something that occurred in other countries, other centuries.The JFK Assassination: The Long Weekend That Never Ended|Malcolm Jones|November 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Case Closed: Oswald and the Assassination of JFK author Gerald Posner reports.
There was only one book about which he never wrote back– the 1993 Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK.
As a realization of a page of authentic history, again, no picture can surpass the “Assassination of the duc de Guise at Blois.”
Assassination was now again resorted to that Napoleon might be overthrown; but every attempt, as heretofore, proved futile.Military Career of Napoleon the Great|Montgomery B. Gibbs
Assassination, indeed, seemed to him justice; and a felon's execution the glory of martyrdom.The Disowned, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Assassination, with some one else doing the work, was much the better way.Mystery Ranch|Arthur Chapman
Assassination, when it proceeded from the mob, was in their eyes no offence at all.